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Source: Peter the Great St Petersburg Polytechnic University – Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University –

The Institute of Industrial Management, Economics and Trade of St. Petersburg Polytechnic University has begun training the tenth intake of students for the continuing professional education (CPE) program “Procurement Management at Oil and Gas Enterprises.” The program is being implemented at the Higher School of Production Management with the support of Gazprom Neft.

The starting point for student listeners was a special event consisting of an introductory lecture and a ceremony for presenting certificates to graduates of the previous year’s program. In addition, participants in the scientific and practical conference “Intelligent Procurement 2023,” which was held by IPMEiT with the support of Gazprom Neft, received certificates and diplomas for the best articles.

Our Higher School productively cooperates with Gazprom Neft in training in-demand and qualified personnel for logistics. Interaction with such a strategic industrial partner makes it possible to strengthen the professional competencies of the program’s teaching staff and implement practice-oriented education. Further development of partnership relations will allow us to receive educational and methodological support for solving not only educational, but also business problems,” said Olga Kalinina, director of the Higher School of Production Management.

The head of programs for the development of families of specialties of the Directorate for Procurement and Capital Construction of Gazprom Neft, Alesya Obukhova, gave a lecture “Attracting and developing young specialists in the Purchasing function.” In his speech, the head of the further education program, Professor Mikhail Afanasyev, noted the unique opportunity for students to build a career in one of the most promising companies in the country.

Every year, after a multi-stage selection, no more than 15 students of the Polytechnic University enter the advanced training program “Procurement Management at Oil and Gas Enterprises”, who subsequently become specialists in procurement and logistics for the oil and gas industry. Detailed information about the program can be found atlink.

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